He says the donation was supposed to make workplaces healthier. Now a Canadian philanthropist has withdrawn his million dollar donation to CAMH – after what he says is a lack of transparency.
Krysia Collyer is an Emmy award-winning journalist. She was part of a team of 10 students, who travelled abroad to investigate electronic waste practices for a PBS FRONTLINE/WORLD documentary. Since completing her Masters Degree in Journalism at the University of British Columbia, Krysia has won the CBC Joan Donaldson scholarship, allowing her to report for CBC radio and television in Ottawa. She has gone on to work for NBC Night News during the 2010 Winter Olympics, and can now be found working as a producer for the Global News current affairs program, 16×9.
Scientists and researchers are working to develop ways to harness the power of the body’s immune system to fight cancer cells. The treatment is called immunotherapy.
It’s a new frontier in cancer treatment – immunotherapy – activating the immune system to fight the disease, and it’s having some impressive results.
When Zachary Miller was 10 years old he was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by one of Canada’s most notorious pedophiles, Peter Whitmore.
More than 1,400 adults were found guilty of sexual offences against children in 2013-14, according to numbers provided by Statistics Canada’s Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Integrated Criminal Court Survey.
One of Canada’s most notorious pedophiles, Peter Whitmore, was released early three times over his criminal history despite a pattern of re-offending and sexual deviancy, documents show.
Bill S-7, short titled “Zero Tolerance for Barbaric Cultural Practices Act,” aims to make forced marriage a criminal offence.
A new study suggests that, under a universal system, total spending on prescription medication in Canada could drop an estimated 32% because the government would have the ability to negotiate better drug prices from manufacturers.
Alayne Fleischmann worked for JPMorgan as a transaction manager. She says what she witnessed during her tenure helped the Department of Justice in their settlement against JPMorgan.
Canada’s healthcare system covers the cost of hospital care for everyone, but it leaves many people without funding for prescription drugs.
When a teen we’ll call “Jane” got raped in a Yellowknife park, she acted quickly – consenting to a rape kit and reporting the crime to the police. But her urgency, she’d soon find out, was not matched by the RCMP detachment, or forensic lab.
For most people, a train is a means of transportation – taking them for point A to B. To Shawn, trains are more than just a ride – it’s a lifestyle – a way of being – seeing the world from a boxcar window seat. An encore presentation of “Riding the Rails” airs this Saturday.
Canadian star Ty Pozzobon started riding cows instead of bulls on his family farm in Merritt, British Columbia. Remarkably at the age of 22, Ty has been on the professional circuit for four years and already won the Professional Bull Riders’ Canadian championship.
In High Point, North Carolina, the Davis Ranch arena is legendary. The scenery is right out of a western movie; 80 acres of land filled with animal feed, barn yard dogs and bulls as far as the eye can see.
RCMP Forensic Lab Services have been struggling to keep up with demand for speedy forensic work for more than a decade.